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No sound or audio in flash.

I have: Firefox 38.0.5 Shockwave Flash 18.0.0.160 Problem is that when I watch a video that is NOT in youtube, there seems to be no sound. This happens on sites such as: … (read more)

I have: Firefox 38.0.5 Shockwave Flash 18.0.0.160

Problem is that when I watch a video that is NOT in youtube, there seems to be no sound. This happens on sites such as: twitch.com kissanime.com (In this site the have the option to play videos in HTML5, which works fine) and website with flash games like: kongregate.com

Asked by Cypherial 4 years ago

Answered by Cypherial 4 years ago

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Sound is faint on You Tube, but ads are still loud.

Sound is faint on You Tube and some other videos, but ads are still loud. The exact same You Tube video will sound loud in IE. This is an ASUS laptop with Windows 7. I … (read more)

Sound is faint on You Tube and some other videos, but ads are still loud. The exact same You Tube video will sound loud in IE. This is an ASUS laptop with Windows 7. I have Silverlight already (just checked.)

Asked by kj2008 4 years ago

Last reply by kj2008 4 years ago

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Firefox causes audio glitches in Windows 7

When playing audio from any source -- WInamp or mp3directcut or any audio source I've tried -- loading complex pages in Firefox ALMOST ALWAYS causes audio clicks and glit… (read more)

When playing audio from any source -- WInamp or mp3directcut or any audio source I've tried -- loading complex pages in Firefox ALMOST ALWAYS causes audio clicks and glitches. Searching for images in Startpage Image Search with FF is a good test; it never fails to cause glitching.

However, using Chrome or Avast Safezone browser or Internet Explorer NEVER causes audio glitches.

Using FF in safe mode makes no difference. Switching from FF 64-bit to FF 32-bit makes no difference.

I'd prefer to use FF, but since I work with audio daily, I have had to stop using it.

Asked by Kevin188 3 years ago

Last reply by Kevin188 2 years ago

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Firefox sound suddenly becomes awful with lots of cracklings

Hello everyone, During the last few month I noticed a bug happening when I am playing sound on Firefox (like a YouTube video). This bug appears especially when I pause or… (read more)

Hello everyone,

During the last few month I noticed a bug happening when I am playing sound on Firefox (like a YouTube video). This bug appears especially when I pause or go forward or backward on a video. The sound suddenly has bad quality and constant cracklings, and I can't understand the video anymore. At the beginning I thought it was a YouTube issue, but this problem happened on other websites too. It's not an issue caused by my laptop or my loudspeakers because I don't have any issue when I play music directly on my computer.

To solve the problem, I have either to close Firefox completely (close only the problematic tab doesn't solve anything) or to open a new Firefox window and slip it in the old one (I am sorry if my explanation isn't clear but I can't upload screenshots...).

Thanks for reading Hopping you will be able to help me


Complementary informations : Firefox Quantum 60.0.1 (64 bits) Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64 bits)

Asked by FlashParesseux 1 year ago

Last reply by FlashParesseux 1 year ago

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Hopefully someone will pick this up? Since my Surface Pro updated to Windows 1909 everytime Firefox updates it causes problems with sound. This is whether I am watching v… (read more)

Hopefully someone will pick this up? Since my Surface Pro updated to Windows 1909 everytime Firefox updates it causes problems with sound. This is whether I am watching video outside Firefox, watching You tube in Firefox or any video in Firefox.

Symptoms.

Watching video in external video player, not having opened Firefox since rebooting surface pro - no issues Open Firefox watch a couple of vids on YouTube and sound fails - try going back to watching videos outside Firefox, video still failed.

Cure- reload Windows.

New update for Firefox (yesterday) and problem re-appears again.

This happened a couple of years ago and I solved it then by deleting Firefox from my Surface Pro. After about 6 months I decided to give it another chance and all was good until after the 1909 update and Firefox updated. Reloaded Windows 1909 (clean copy) and all ok again until yesterday when Firefox updated again.

Guess I'm going to have to reload Windows again to cure the issue caused by Firefox, again.

Asked by dont.be.nosy 5 months ago

Last reply by dont.be.nosy 5 months ago